- Geno Smith has +100 odds to throw for over 224.5 yards.
- There is a 15.5-yard rushing yard total for Geno Smith.
- Smith has +100 odds to complete over 22.5 passes.
SEATTLE – The Seattle Seahawks are taking on the San Francisco 49ers in the Wild Card round of the playoffs where they are a 10-point underdog on the spread. Aside from the odds on the gamelines, there are plenty of Geno Smith player props to take advantage of.
Smith had himself a career year across the board posting 4,282 passing yards and 30 passing touchdowns. With that, online sportsbooks have props for how Smith is going to perform in all areas of his game.
Geno Smith Player Props
Total Passing Yards
- Over 224.5 +100
- Under 224.5 -130
NFL oddsmakers are right in line with Smith’s passing yard total as he has been in range with that all season. However, he has gone over that number more often than not this season in 9 of 17 games. He has also been scorching in his last nine games going over in six of them including a 238-yard outing against the 49ers in Week 15.
Backing up the over even further, the 49ers’ run defense is one of the best in the league allowing just 77.7 yards per game which would force Smith to pass the ball even more. On the season, the Niners are allowed 222.9 passing yards per game, however, in their last three games, they’ve struggled letting up 276 ypg.
Also, with a 10-point spread, Smith is in line for a positive game script if they are playing from behind most of the way meaning Seattle would need to pass the ball more to keep things competitive.
Total Passing Touchdowns
- Over 1.5 +175
- Under 1.5 -235
Strangely enough, Smith’s passing TD total is set under 2 even with him hitting 2 or more touchdowns in eight of his last 11 games. While the 49ers secondary has done a fine job this season allowing just 20 passing touchdowns all season averaging out to 1.2 per game, not only is Smith on fire right now, but the Niners secondary has backed off in their last three games seeing their average jump to 2.3 passing TDs allowed per game at a massive 77.78% success rate.
They let Taylor Heinicke and Carson Wentz combine for three touchdowns in Week 16 and Jarrett Stidham go for three touchdowns in Week 17 in his first career NFL start.
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Total Passing Attempts
- Over 32.5 -118
- Under 32.5 -110
There is no hiding that Pete Carroll is known for running a super pass-heavy offense regardless of who is under center and it showed this season with Geno Smith. He has thrown over 32.5 attempts in eight of his last 10 games. The 49ers defense is also seeing the tenth most passing attempts against them in the league this season at 34.9 per game.
Total Passing Completions
- Over 22.5 +100
- Under 22.5 -130
Similar to Smith’s attempts trending towards the over, his total completions are as well with Smith hitting over in seven of his last 10 games and the 49ers letting up 23.0 completions per game to opponents this season.
Total Passing Interceptions
- Over 0.5 -150
- Under 0.5 +114
The unfortunate part of Geno’s game this season has been his turnovers as he has 11 on the season which is tied for 22nd in the league. In his last seven games, Smith has thrown an interception in five of those games. In both of the games he played the Niners this season, he has also thrown at least one pick.
It also doesn’t help his case that the 49ers are tied for the most interceptions in the league this season with 20 total.
Total Rushing Yards
- Over 15.5 -121
- Under 15.5 -108
It should come as surprising that a mobile QB of Smith’s caliber has a rushing yard total under 25 yards. He has rushed for over 15.5 yards in 11 of his last 14 games including an 18-yard game against the 49ers his last time against them. With the 49ers showing pressure often this season to the tune of 44 sacks and the Seahawks offensive line allowing 46 sacks on the year, it’ll force Smith to roll out and use his legs to get away which could lead to some positive yardage.
Geno Smith to go over 15.5 rushing yards
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